Our goal is to teach students the importance of conserving resources while giving teachers, parents, and youth leaders the support and materials needed to integrate environmental education into a curriculum or an event.
Lauren Liming obtained a MS in environmental sciences and policy from Johns Hopkins University and a BS in biology and chemistry from Randolph College. She is an approachable educator that emphasizes waste reduction, environmental justice, and fighting climate change. Students are challenged to think critically about ways to reduce waste and solve environmental problems. Lauren provides lessons, projects, and tours for all public and private schools in Kitsap County.
Pat Kirschbaum has a Master’s Degree in education and 20 years of experience with Kitsap County Public Works. She provides engaging lessons while sharing real-life, local examples with students, furthering their understanding of the subject in the places where they live. Pat is the school and youth educator for stormwater programs in unincorporated Kitsap County, including salmon, streams, and water pollution.
Lisa Edge has an ABJ Advertising degree from the University of Georgia and 16 years of communication experience in state, regional and local government. She provides education on how our everyday habits affect the performance of sewer and septic systems and ways Kitsap County is treating the water we use to protect our environment. Lisa is the school and youth educator for the Sewer Utility Division. Topics include: wastewater treatment systems, water-related sustainability issues, global water supplies, and daily water use. firstname.lastname@example.org
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